Ho-Ho-Ho: Talk With Santa, Or Just Have Breakfast With Him
For the last seven years, children of all ages have enjoyed Breakfast With Santa, courtesy of the Broomfield Lions Club. For the eighth time, Santa will listen to Christmas wishes and pose for pictures over a meal of fruit and pastries from 8 a.m.-noon Dec. 1 in the Lakeshore Room of the Broomfield Senior Center, 280 Lamar St. Breakfast is free. You can also arrange for Santa to call your home and talk with your kids ages 2 to 7. Fill out a form and return it to the community center, same building as the senior center, by Nov. 30. Then Santa will provide a customized call to your home on Dec. 1. For information on either event, visit www.broomfield.org.
Some Tea And A Classic
Enjoying Holiday Tea at the Hotel Boulderado is always a worthwhile affair. Add some theatrical kick to the afternoon tea by dropping in on The Nutcracker Tea, a benefit for the Boulder Ballet. Costumed characters will preform vignettes and mingle during the Dec. 8 and Dec. 15 teas at the hotel, 2115 13th St. Tickets are $31.95 for adults and $26.95 for children—$10 from each ticket goes to the ballet company. Call 303.440.2880.
Celebrate The Holidays With A Side Of Renaissance
For those in need of a Renaissance fix to hold over until the annual summer event in Castle Rock, a benefit for Adams County seniors is here just in time. The Madrigal Holiday Dinner celebrates the season and the Renaissance with a journey though a court dining experience from 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at The Denver Merchandise Mart, 451 East 58th Ave., Suite 4270. Enjoy the company of the manor’s Lord and Lady and the hilarity of the Court Jester as you feast over this multi-course meal. Ticket sales benefit the Senior Hub, serving the elderly in Adams County. For ticket information, call 303.426.4408.